The Walt Disney Company Commits Half-A-Million Dollars In Humanitarian Aid To The Victims Of The Typhoon In The Philippines
The Walt Disney Company Foundation Will Also Match Eligible Employee Donations
Burbank, Calif. – The Walt Disney Company announced today that it will donate half-a-million dollars to Save the Children and the American Red Cross to support humanitarian aid and rebuilding efforts related to the recent tragedy in the Philippines. In addition, eligible donations from employees to organizations involved in disaster relief will be matched, dollar for dollar up to set limits, by Disney Employee Matching Gifts: A Program of The Walt Disney Company Foundation.
“Our hearts go out to the millions of people in the Philippines affected by this tragedy,” said Robert A. Iger, chairman and CEO, The Walt Disney Company. “We hope this donation and our employee matching gift contributions will help families begin to rebuild their lives in the wake of this devastation.”
The Walt Disney Company is committed to working with humanitarian organizations to help rebuild affected communities and assist families. Today’s announcement is part of Disney’s ongoing disaster preparedness and response program. As a proud sponsor of the American Red Cross Annual Disaster Giving Program and Save the Children’s Emergency Fund, Disney provides support for disaster relief services, as well as comfort and hope to children in impacted communities.
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